blanket collocations and examples

 UK /ˈblæŋkɪt/

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1

a thick layer of something; something that makes it difficult to get information or make progress


Nouns frequently used after blanket of
something you can see or hear: cloud, fog, mist, smog, snow, sound, starWe spent the night under a blanket of stars.darkness or quiet: darkness, silenceThere was a blanket of silence that prevented public discussion of the decisions.secrets: secrecy, securityUnder a blanket of maximum secrecy, over a million soldiers were gathered.
2

a thick layer of something; something that makes it difficult to get information or make progress


Nouns frequently used after blanket of
something you can see or hear: cloud, fog, mist, smog, snow, sound, starWe spent the night under a blanket of stars.darkness or quiet: darkness, silenceThere was a blanket of silence that prevented public discussion of the decisions.secrets: secrecy, securityUnder a blanket of maximum secrecy, over a million soldiers were gathered.
 
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